Titles starting with L from ReadInk


Bookseller inventory : ReadInk (titles starting with L) [X]  Bookseller : ReadInk [X]
Results 1 - 20 of 208
Sort by:

Tools

Add to my want list
E-mail search
Link to search
Listing Members
New search

Search within these results


More search options

Narrow your search

Filter by condition:
VG or better (165)
Fine or New (6)

Filter by binding:
Hardcover (177)
Paperback (26)

Filter by attribute:
First editions (166)
With dust jacket (24)
Signed (24)
With photos (208)

Filter by country:
United States (208)
1) L.A. Follies: Design and Other Diversions in a Fractured Metropolis
Kaplan, Sam Hall
  L.A. Follies: Design and Other Diversions in a Fractured Metropolis
Santa Monica CA: Cityscape Press. Very Good. (c.1989). First Edition. Softcover. 0-9622007-0-0 . [moderate edgewear, previous owner's stamp on title page, a little peeling damage (from label removal) at top of front cover]. Trade PB "A critical look at growth, politics and architecture" in Los Angeles; a collection of the author's pieces from the Los Angeles Times. .

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$6.00
2) L.A. Modern
Street-Porter, Tim
  L.A. Modern
New York: Rizzoli International Publications. Near Fine in Fine dj. 2008. First Edition. Hardcover. [a nice fresh as-new copy (had been in publisher's original shrinkwrap until opened to confirm publication info), with the only blemishes being a tiny dent in the bottom edge of the front cover and an extremely slight bump to the bottom front corner, the apparent results of some careless handling somewhere along the line (before it got into my hands); NOTE that what appears, in the scanned image acco ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$300.00
3) L.A. Unconventional: The Men and Women Who Did L.A. Their Way
Rasmussen, Cecilia
  L.A. Unconventional: The Men and Women Who Did L.A. Their Way
Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Times. Fine in Fine dj. 1998. First Edition. Hardcover. 1883792231 . [nice clean copy, no discernible wear to either book or jacket]. (B&W photographs) "Los Angeles, it is often said, is a place that beckons those who seem driven to defy the ordinary. People who see possibility where others see roadblocks. People who bend -- and occasionally break -- the rules. People who aren't afraid to pursue their ambitions, no matter how far beyond the norms of the tim ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$12.00
4) "L. Frank Baum: The Oz Man at Hotel Del Coronado" (in Southern California Quarterly, Fall 1998)
{OZiana} Sacks, Benjamin
  "L. Frank Baum: The Oz Man at Hotel Del Coronado" (in Southern California  Quarterly, Fall 1998)
Los Angeles: The Historical Society of Southern California. Near Fine. 1998. (Vol. LXXX, No. 3). Journal. NOISBN . [a nice bright copy, some very minor smudging on the rear cover but no discernible wear]. (B&W photographs) 32-page article, illustrated with nine photographs, about "the love affair" between L. Frank Baum, author of the 'The Wizard of Oz,' and the Hotel del Coronado. For four of the five years between 1904 and 1908, Baum and his wife Maud "spent the winter mont ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$25.00
5) La Célestine
Picasso
  La Célestine
Paris: Didier Imbert Fine Art. Fine in Near Fine dj. 1988. First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [lacks original slipcase, but a very nice book with no discernible wear; jacket shows only minor traces of handling]. (color plates, B&W reproductions) Book issued in conjunction with the gallery exhibition of a 1904 painting by Picasso, "the sole remaining masterpiece of the blue period not to be found in a museum." Incorporates an illustrated essay about the creation, meaning and significance ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$30.00
6) "La Grande Illusion" (in L'Avant-Scène Cinema, no. 44 (1964))
Renoir, Jean
  "La Grande Illusion" (in L'Avant-Scène Cinema, no. 44 (1964))
Paris: L'Avant-Scène. Very Good. (c.1964). (No. 44). Magazine. [moderate external rubbing and a bit of edgewear; binding (stapled wraps) is firm]. (B&W photographs) The full scenario, in French, for Jean Renoir's 1937 anti-war classic. Includes: full credits, numerous scene stills, a selection of contemporary press commentaries on the film, and an introductory article by Erich von Stroheim, "Ma Première Rencontre avec Jean Renoir" ("My First Meeting with Jean ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$20.00
7) La Jetée; ciné-roman
Marker, Chris
  La Jetée; ciné-roman
New York: Zone Books. Very Good+. 1996 (c.1992). Later Printing. Softcover. [a little wear evident at edges and corners]. Trade PB (B&W photographs) The "book version" of Marker's famous 1962 work, which is sometimes called a "science fiction" film, although that description (which is congruent only with the bare-bone plot elements) doesn't do justice to the power and complexity of this mesmerizing film -- which is all the more remarkable for being composed almost entire ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$35.00
8) La suite à l'écran: entretiens
Aurenche, Jean
  La suite à l'écran: entretiens
Arles (France): Institut Lumiére / Actes Sud. Near Fine. 1993. First Edition. Softcover. [minor edgewear to covers, a nice tight clean copy]. Trade PB A compilation of interviews with the noted French screenwriter and sometime director (1903-1992), covering his long career (which stretched from the 1920s into the 1980s) and containing commentary and insights on most of his 80 films and many of his collaborators, including directors René Clément, Bertrand Tavernier, Marcel Carn&eacu ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$25.00
9) Labor Markets in Action: Essays in Empirical Economics
Freeman, Richard B
  Labor Markets in Action: Essays in Empirical Economics
Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press. Fine in Near Fine dj. 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-674-50675-8 . [nice clean copy, book virtually as new with no discernible wear; jacket shows only very minor surface wear, slight wrinkling at bottom of rear flap]. "The topics [of the essays] cover issues of deep social concern, encompassing the jobs and wages of college graduates, discrimination and inner-city youth, homelessness, unionism, and the differences between U.S. labor market institutions a ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
10) Ladies' Home Journal (November 1932)
Schuler, Loring A., ed.
  Ladies' Home Journal (November 1932)
Philadelphia: The Curtis Publishing Company. Good. 1932. (Vol. XLIX, No. 11). Magazine. [presents very well, nice clean covers, just a tiny pinky-nail-size chunk out of the right edge of the front cover -- BUT NOTE that pp. 17/18 and pp.109-114 are missing]. (B&W and color illustrations and ads) Oversize vintage magazine (in those days the LHJ was approx. 11"x14", about the same size as The Saturday Evening Post and like publications), largely devoted to numerous "ladies'" f ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$40.00
11) Ladies and Gents
Caspary, Vera
  Ladies and Gents
New York: Grosset & Dunlap. Very Good+ in Good dj. [1930] (c.1929). Reprint. Hardcover. [slight deterioration to binding at spine ends, otherwise a solid clean book with only minor shelfwear; jacket has a one-inch chip at top right corner of front panel, additional chipping at bottom of rear panel, a bit of paper loss at both ends of spine, rubbing/scuffing on spine and front panel]. First novel by the Chicago-born author who turned out over twenty novels during her career (plus a bunch of plays an ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$200.00
12) Ladies in Distress [Jane Novak's copy]
Lahue, Kalton C.
  Ladies in Distress [Jane Novak's copy]
South Brunswick NJ & New York / London: A.S. Barnes and Company / Thomas Yoseloff Ltd.. Near Fine in Very Good dj. (c.1971). First Edition. Hardcover. 0498076342 . [light shelfwear, minor bumping to bottom corners, a handful of tiny spots on top of text block, rubber-stamped bookshop name on front pastedown and ffep; the jacket has slight paper loss at spine ends, a little wear and a few tiny tears along the top and bottom edges of the rear panel]. (B&W photographs) Brief career profiles of 40 ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$60.00
13) Ladies of the Evening
Gropper, Milton Herbert
  Ladies of the Evening
New York: Greenberg: Publisher. Very Good in Very Good dj. 1934 (c.1931). 5th printing. Hardcover. [slight deterioration to cloth at top and bottom edges and along front hinge, otherwise a nice clean book; jacket (stated "Fourth Printing") shows some crinkling at corners, one tiny chip at bottom rear hinge]. "A racy tale that gives the reader an amazing inside picture of 'call houses,' shady hotels, police rackets, and vice court methods." Gropper was a relatively undistin ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$150.00
14) Ladies of the Rachmaninoff Eyes
Van Dyke, Henry
  Ladies of the Rachmaninoff Eyes
New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1965). Unstated/1st?. Hardcover. NOISBN . [nice clean copy, minor shelfwear; jacket shows just a trace of soiling]. African-American author's first novel, presenting "a portrait of two elderly widows who have developed a kinship beyond the boundaries of class, wealth, and race, by virtue of their close association with one another for more than thirty years. This kinship between Etta Klein, a rich Jewish lady in a small mi ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$35.00
15) Lady Addle at Home
Dunn, Mary
  Lady Addle at Home
London: Methuen & Co. Ltd.. Good. 1945. First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [some wear and fading to cloth at base of spine, top corners bumped, light general wear, faint bookseller's rubber-stamped name on front pastedown (Bertrand Smith Acres of Books, Long Beach, Calif.)]. (B&W photographs) The second (of two) Lady Addle books, gently satirical faux memoirs in which the fictional Lady Blanche Addle (née Coot), daughter of the 13th Earl of Coot, gushingly details t ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$20.00
16) Lady Can Do
Merwin, Samuel
  Lady Can Do
New York: Grosset & Dunlap. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1929). Reprint. Hardcover. [nice clean book with minimal wear; jacket shows a bit of edgewear, a couple of tiny closed tears]. Mystery novel about a young social secretary/companion for the wife of a "rich Orientalist," who arrives at the couple's home in the country (a bit outside NYC, although we're not told in precisely which direction) to take her duties -- which arrangement is immediately upset when the gentleman is ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$75.00
17) Lady Susan
Karr, Phyllis Ann; based on the unfinished novel by Jane Austen
  Lady Susan
New York: Everest House. Very Good in Very Good dj. (c.1980). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-89696-074-9 . [solid copy, minor soiling to page edges, very light dampstain to bottom page corners (which has caused a very slight wrinkling to bottom of all pages throughout book), otherwise book shows only minimal wear; jacket moderately edgeworn, dampstain showing a bit along bottom edge of rear panel, some additional general soiling (mostly to rear panel), small open tear at top rear foldover, one tiny chip a ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$45.00
18) The Lady and the Mute
Lindsey, John
  The Lady and the Mute
New York: William Morrow & Co.. Very Good in Good dj. (c.1931). First American Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [moderate shelfwear, slight fraying to cloth at bottom corners and top of spine, slight fading to spine cloth, small bookstore stamp (Bertrand Smith's Acres of Books) at bottom of front pastedown; jacket has a number of small chips, 1-1/2" closed tear and associated crease at top of front panel, a little paper loss at spine ends, general edgewear]. Novel set in a small English villa ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$65.00
19) The Lady and the Painter
Palffy, Eleanor
  The Lady and the Painter
New York: Coward-McCann, Inc.. Near Fine in Very Good dj. (c.1951). 3rd impression. Hardcover. NOISBN . [book is nice and clean, with no significant wear; jacket shows wear and various tiny nicks along top and bottom edges, light rubbing overall]. (line drawings) Termed "an extravaganza" by its author, this is a partly-fictional, partly-factual story based on incidents in the lives of Isabella Stewart Gardner and artist John Singer Sargent, "whose intimacy lasted from the day he first pa ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$50.00
20) The Lady from Dubuque; a play
Albee, Edward
  The Lady from Dubuque; a play
New York: Atheneum. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1980. First Edition. Hardcover. 0689109253 . [nice tight clean copy, slight fading to top edge (cloth and red topstain); jacket shows no significant wear, but is a bit faded at the spine]. Albee's Pirandellian play about a group of young couples engaged in playing psychologically revealing party games. Although the Time magazine critic (quoted in a jacket blurb) thought it "Albee's best work since 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
Results 1 - 20 of 208
Sort by:

Want to know if we find this book?

Want lists are free e-mail notifications if a book you're looking for becomes available for sale. Existing members login here to add this search to your want list.
Your name:
Your e-mail address (e.g., yourname@yourprovider.com):
Choose a password:
Re-type your password:
Would you like to receive our monthly newsletter?
Note: We will not disclose your personal information to any third-party companies or organizations